[A headshot of me taken at  Studio D  photography. I am looking up and smiling, wearing a plain long sleeve black shirt. I have long reddish brown hair, white skin and blue eyes, and I am wearing red lipstick.]

[A headshot of me taken at Studio D photography. I am looking up and smiling, wearing a plain long sleeve black shirt. I have long reddish brown hair, white skin and blue eyes, and I am wearing red lipstick.]

About the Artist

Having grown up  in Santa Cruz, California, haley brown has the salty ocean fog in her bones. A Disabled artist, haley's work features soft colors and gentle, whimsical imagery that comes alive in the form of calendars, stickers, faerie gardens, prints, postcards, paintings and performances.

As a visual artist, haley is most widely recognized for her annual calendar, The Coping Calendar, which is celebrating its fourth year and features her original illustrations alongside simple messages of resilience and care. haley also works as a childcare provider, professional faerie, and has two children's books in the making.

 ["Spore" - one of my clown characters - who has a gigantic red mushroom growing atop her head, standing solemly in the woods and singing to herself. Photographed by Kristy Benz and developed at  The Manitoulin Conservatory for Creation and Performance  - a truly magical place.]

["Spore" - one of my clown characters - who has a gigantic red mushroom growing atop her head, standing solemly in the woods and singing to herself. Photographed by Kristy Benz and developed at The Manitoulin Conservatory for Creation and Performance - a truly magical place.]